Manager in Training (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, CT – July 28, 2016
I worked for Pizza Hut on and off for a few years, started out as a driver, then worked kitchen, and then trained for assistant manager. There were a lot of changes with management and policies, it was hard for others, but I managed. Sad to see the place closed though, would work for them again.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 28, 2016
My Review At Pizza Hut Very Great Because I Was Never Late To Work. I Was Always On Time And Ready To Work. I Never Disrespected My Team Members Or Supervisors. I Got Along with Everyone At Pizza Hut. It Was Very Good Work Experience.
Cook (Former Employee) – Moultrie, GA – July 28, 2016
pizza hut is a nice place to eat with family and friends. Working at this company i enjoy it and meet good peoples. I learned how to make any kind of pizza and the management was excellent. Once i learned everything i need to know from making the pizza and cooking it there was no other hard thing about my job.
You'll make some good friends here, work for a while—and everyone seems like family. I worked here for 4 years and the people here were great even the ones that come and go. It can be a bit fast paced but once you get it down you'll be on top of it. One of my very first legit jobs and couldn't be more proud.
Free food, made life long friends, easy to learn
fast paced esp rush hours, no benefits but it's more of a part time job unless you're management
Very enjoyable place to work. Everyone is down to earth and fun.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Oak Hill, WV – July 27, 2016
A typical day at Pizza Hut consisted of basic restaurant work. The employees were friendly and knew their job well. Management was easy going. The hardest part was not the work, the employees, or management, it was the fact I had to leave due to my daughter being hospitalized for several months in another state.
Again, job was very fast paced. worked constantly to provide excellent standards for customers and management. The management crew itself was easy to work with, and they were very involved in solving customer and employee problems. The hardest part of this job was working long hours and helping with any customer complaints. The best part of the job was being able to provide excellent service to customers and have them leave happy.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Warner Robins, GA 31088 – July 27, 2016
I have had ups and downs with Pizza Hut. most depended on what type of boss I had. I learned a lot and I came to a point where I could no longer grow or advance through my employment with them.
general managers work 16 hr shifts often, may not leave to get food, may not eat from their pizza hut, sometimes you work well over 65 hrs a week, there is no pay change if salaried. no home life for general managers.
Hard work and learning the first time instructions work presented
Cook (Former Employee) – Wiggins, MS – July 26, 2016
Typical day at work would include; stocking, prep work, cutting and finishing work of a pizza. I Learned how to cook, clean, and closing of a store at late hours. Management was constructive and enduring to the task of keeping costumers satisfied. Co-workers were coming and going. Hardiest part of the work was pulling double shifts with little encouragement, and in conclusion, the most enjoyable part of the job was the costumers smile when pizza and other products were made correctly as well as coworkers being cheerful and motivated.
Customer Service Representative/Cook (Current Employee) – Dallas, GA 30157 – July 25, 2016
Typically, days at Pizza Hut are either very fun and productive or very down and stressful. My co-workers are sometimes pretty cooperative, but other times the job doesn't seem very enjoyable for them. I've been there for 2 years and I have only gotten a .50 raise on my paycheck and the job including customer service, disrespectful customers, shady company policies are not worth 7.50 an hour. The most enjoyable part of the job is the preparation of food and also cleaning the make table before the end of a shift. The hardest part of the job is dealing with rude and/or demanding customers and also the attempt to leave on time. Also, there are no breaks even after four hours of working. I enjoy steady days where I can leave on time however, it is very rarely. Sometimes favoritism is shown and also busy days bring a lot of stress and different attitudes among everyone.
Free Food on some items; 50% or 20% off of bigger items
No breaks, rude customers, poor pay, no raises, over-working
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – Humble, TX – July 24, 2016
I like working here. I enjoy my employees and my boss. I work hard and so does everyone else. I have dealt with a lot of rude customers and some wonderfully nice ones. I learned to further develop my patience with people. I most enjoy being able to see our team accomplishments day by day.
Free Personal Pans, great coworkers, work around appointments